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Category Archive: Christmas Movie Challenge, Movie Reviews, Movies, Movies my Dad Likes

Movies My Dad Likes For Christmas: Wolf [1994]

We’ve reached the witching hour but avoid the plethora of modern day zombie creations and try my favourite werewolf movie of all time. While ‘Wolfman’ and ‘An American Werewolf in London’...

The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge: Four Christmases [2008]

The only thing I hate more than a bad Christmas movie is a bad Christmas movie that wastes its otherwise talented cast and 2008’s Four Christmases does just that. Vince Vaughn and Reese...

Movies My Dad Likes For Christmas: When Eight Bells Toll [1971]

  Well into the evening now and it’s thriller time but it has to be something that is within my now diminished capacity to understand. A movie then with not too many characters or red herrings...

The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge: New Year’s Eve [2011]

Although not strictly a Christmas movie as this abomination is set (that’s right you guessed it) on New Year’s Eve, Gary Marshall’s movie is so insipid it may as well be called Happy Jolly...

Movies My Dad Likes For Christmas: The Lavender Hill Mob [1951]

Staying with the inoffensive theme I have bucked the current vulgar trend in comedy and gone for a golden oldie in The Lavender Hill Mob from the prolific Ealing Studios. Although more than sixty...

Movies My Dad Likes For Christmas: Swiss Family Robinson [1960]

When you stop to think, it always seems that Christmas Day is followed by Christmas Day and everything between is just a microsecond in hyperspace, so perhaps we should rename it as Groundhog Day. So...

The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge: Nativity 3: Dude Where’s My Donkey [2014]

I feel a bit like Scrooge writing this, I almost didn’t commit fingers to keyboard, but then I thought that I would be betraying the ethos of The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge. Only the very worst...

The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge: Home Alone 4 [2002]

Suffering the very worst Christmas movies Hollywood has to offer. Last year I endured Home Alone 5: The Holiday Heist for a mini Christmas Movie Challenge special, and, needless to say, it was a...

The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge: Jaws The Revenge [1987]

Any movie that is set at Christmas is technically a Christmas movie by default, we have seen some wonderful examples with Lethal Weapon, Die Hard and every single film written by Shane Black. On the...

The Bad Christmas Movie Challenge: Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure

Watching terrible Christmas movies so you don’t have to. You might have thought that the Beethoven movie franchise ended with the release of the second entry. Would you be surprised to learn that...